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MPBSE launches ‘Ruk Jana Nahi’ to save year of unsuccessful students

education Updated: May 13, 2016 18:41 IST
HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times, Bhopal
Ruk Jana Nahi

Meritorious students were felicitated at a programme in Bhopal on Thursday.

The Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education has launched a programme ‘Ruk Jana Nahi’ for the students who have failed in the class 12 MP Board examinations just so they do not lose a year.

According to this programme, the MP State Open Board will give them an opportunity to appear in the exam in the month of June. The same opportunity would be provided to students who fail in the class 10 exams, the results of which will be announced on May 16.

State education minister Deepak Joshi told HT, “The board has launched the programme so that the unsuccessful students do not lose a year. They will get an opportunity to appear in the exam. The greatest advantage is that students will have to appear only in those subjects in which they have failed. The marks of the Open Board will be incorporated in their board exam marks.

The forms of the Open Board examination can be filled online from May 20. The exam will be held from June 15. The result of class 12 will be declared on July 15 and of class 10 on August 15. To facilitate the Sanskrit Board students, the board is going to organise the coaching for the students from June 1 to 8. The Maharishi Patanjali Sansthan will provide the coaching to the students who are appearing in the exam in Sanskrit medium